Health & Safety Matters: The DEOHS blog

Featured Story

A man in a checked shirt draws on a whiteboard while a young woman in a blue shirt watches.

Fueling scientific discovery through collaboration

DEOHS Professor Terrance Kavanagh retires after 36 years at the UW exploring how genetics and environmental exposures to chemicals contribute to disease

October 25, 2021 | Jolayne Houtz

Read Full Story

Latest Stories

Portrait of Ryan Babadi

Opening doors for student success

DEOHS alum Ryan Babadi credits mentorship and support from DEOHS for helping launch his new career as a Harvard researcher investigating how environmental factors affect reproductive health

LEARN MORE
In a park, a woman in a face mask holds a mobile phone while observing a runner with a dog on a leash.

King County gets high marks for masking

More than 85% of observed King County residents masked up in public, UW researchers find in partnership with King County and Washington State Department of Health

LEARN MORE
A man stands in a lab holding a swab in its paper packaging.

Can a single test detect both TB and COVID-19?

It’s one of several innovative ideas to help end TB from the research lab of DEOHS Professor Jerry Cangelosi

LEARN MORE
A group of people pose next to a food truck.

Keeping food trucks and workers safe

DEOHS collaborates with cross-sector partners to reach food-truck operators with safer cleaning alternatives

LEARN MORE
Five people (four in N95 masks) pose with cardboard picture frame cutouts saying "#ColorOutSmoke" and "I [heart] MY AIRSHED."

Population health grants boost wildfire and climate research

Three DEOHS teams awarded new pilot grants from UW Population Health Initiative

LEARN MORE
Two women in "Nuestra Casa" T-shirts and face masks stand next to a sign about resources offered by Nuestra Casa in English and Spanish (ESL Classes, Citizenship Classes, Health Workshops, Referral Services)

A community lifeline in the pandemic

Community groups fill a public health gap for farmworkers and other Central Washington residents, new report from UW and Front and Centered shows

LEARN MORE

Newsletter

Environmental health news delivered to your inbox monthly: